People in the Kansas City area certainly can identify with the folks sweating it out in the Southwest.
By Lewis W. Diuguid
The Kansas City Star
Temperatures have been well over 100 degrees in parts of Arizona, southern California, Nevada, and of course, Death Valley. The mercury in Death Valley topped out at 129 degrees.
But it was also more than 100 degrees in San Diego. Las Vegas recorded 117 degrees. Palm Springs over the weekend reached 122 degrees.
Kansas City area residents who made it through last summers heat can identify with whats taking place on the West Coast. The temperature was high and so was the humidity.
In addition, the area suffered a drought, wiping out a lot of the vegetation, crops, bushes, trees and lawns. But the global warming naysayers dont believe that humanitys greenhouse gas production has anything to do with the planets climate change problem.
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